Ronald Reagan History
1981 - U.S. President Reagan ordered naval maneuvers in the Mediterranean off the coast of Libya in response to statements by Libyan Leader Colonel Mu'ammar al-Qadhafi regarding Libyan territorial waters.
1981 - When we honor our flag we honor what we stand for as a Nation -- freedom, equality, justice, and hope. - President Reagan, June 1, 1981
1982 - President Reagan did several satellite interviews with correspondents around Europe.
1983 - President Reagan had lunch with the crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger.
1984 - President Reagan and the First Lady left for Ireland.
1987 - President Reagan accepted the resignation of Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Paul Volcker.
1987 - Any government which is part of our deals with the West's major economic institutions must do so with good faith, open books, and open government on which both depend. - President Reagan, June 1, 1987
1987 - Countries which are part of the system are expected to do their best to strengthen the process and institutions or be condemned to economic isolation. - President Reagan, June 1, 1987
1987 - President Reagan met with Nina Shea of the Puebla Institute. They discussed religious persecution under the Sandanista governement in Nicaragua.
1987 - Economic transactions are not maneuvers for political gain or international leverage; such destructive tactics are not tolerated. - President Reagan, June 1, 1987
1988 - President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev concluded their summit. They exchanged documents of ratification.
1988 - I'm afraid that I have to confess to you that one of the sins of government, and one with which we must deal and never be able to completely successful with, and this includes our own government, is that the bureaucracy once created has on fundamental rule above all others - Preserve the bureaucracy. - President Reagan, June 1, 1988
1988 - President Reagan and the First Lady attended the Balshoi Ballet.
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